10 deaths now reported from COVID-19 in Minnesota
One more person has died in Minnesota from COVID-19, bringing the total deaths in the state up to 10, according to the Minnesota Department of Health on Monday.
The department said 576 people have tested positive for the virus, and of that number, 260 no longer need to be isolated.
Ninety-two patients have required hospitalization, and 56 remain hospitalized as of today — 24 in intensive care.
The agency states 18,822 tests have been completed, including 7,948 from the Minnesota Department of Health’s public health lab and 10,874 from external laboratories.
Confirmed cases rose to 12 in Mower County and six in Steele County but remained the same as the previous day for Waseca County, at three cases, and Faribault County at one case. Blue Earth County has had nine cases, and Freeborn County has not had any confirmed cases.
Hennepin County has the highest number of confirmed cases at 190, followed by Olmsted at 51, Ramsey at 50 and Dakota at 46.
Forty-eight of Minnesota’s counties have at least one confirmed case.
Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Minnesota
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